I just received my Fall 2020 shipment from the Erin Condren Sticker Club and though you might want to take a little peek.
The Erin Condren Sticker Club is a package of seasonal themed stickers that ships quarterly.
The Fall 2020 Collection includes stickers for October, November, and December as well as a few extras.
There is one sheet of decorative stickers and one sheet of functional stickers for each month.
The October stickers that are included in this package are so pretty.
They are Halloween themed and sport muted shades of purple, black, orange, rust, and gray.
The stickers for November are harvest colors of yellow, gold, green, and brown.
The theme is more autumn oriented than Thanksgiving. They definitely set the mood for cold, crisp weather.
As you would expect, the December stickers revolve around the holidays and feature both Christmas and Hanukkah designs.
The colors are a little different from traditional.
There are reds and greens but not the typical bold colors you would expect.
Instead the colors are muted and they incorporate a light green as well as a peach color.
In addition to the monthly stickers, each Erin Condren Sticker Club package usually contains a few little extras.
This shipment included:
- a set of gift labels – which are perfect for the December holiday
- a sticky notepad page marker – which is so useful for taking notes as you read, and
- a fun shaker sticker asterisk to stick on your phone case, laptop, or any other space that needs a little dose of happiness.
Announcing 3 New Sticker Albums!
The Erin Condren Sticker Club is a great way to add to your collection of planner stickers.
But as that collection grows, you need a place to store them all.
So – I am so happy to share that Erin Condren has introduced 3 new sticker albums!
Be sure to pick a few of these up to organize your sticker collection.
Also be sure to take a peek at the all new Erin Condren Lap Desk in this review post.
What About Diwali?
One holiday that often gets overlooked at this time of year is Diwali – the festival of lights.
I really wish Erin Condren had included some stickers to celebrate the Indian New Year as well. They could have been so pretty.
Maybe next year.